The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Soviet whiff hangs heavy after Russia raid
When the standoff was over, state television showed the slain leader of the Chechen hostage-takers, Movsar Barayev, with a cognac bottle near his hand. Officials announced that the women who had threatened to be suicide bombers in a crowded theatre were drug addicts with needle tracks on their ...  | Read.. 
Arafat names new Cabinet
Palestinian President Yasser Arafat, under pressure to reform his Palestinian Authority, announced a new Cabinet today and said he was extending an olive branch to Israel. ...  | Read.. 
Secrecy cost lives, says US
A grieving Russia buried the first victims of the Moscow theatre siege today, but the US ambassador said some might still be alive if the Kremlin had been less secretive abou ...  | Read.. 
Pro-Islamic cyber villains on the prowl
Pro-Islamic hackers are on the frontline of a potential new cyber war after the end of a ceasefire by “hacktivists” and virus designers that followed the September 11 attacks ...  | Read.. 
Actress Sarah Michelle Gellar poses with her award at the Glamour magazine Women of the Year awards in New York on Monday. (Reuters)
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Pervez glosses over Benazir aide meet
Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf said today his military government was in no way trying to inf..  | Read.. 
Rehearsal revelation in shoplifting case
Actress Winona Ryder claimed she was preparing for an acting role when she was first detained last D..  | Read.. 
Quake rocks Sicily
A new quake rocked Sicily today, leaving hundreds of panick ...  | Read.. 

48 killed in Ho Chi Minh City trade centre fire
A fire believed to have started in a disco swept through a ...  | Read.. 

Maoists held foreign climbers at gunpoint
Four suspected Maoist rebels held several foreign mountain ...  | Read..